An analysis of Pablo Picasso's famous mural "Guernica" and commentary on the interpretation of it and of art in general.
Image 1 (see below) Image 2 (see below) Image 3 (image below) “Modernism is typified by the rejection of tradition. Explore this statement through the in-depth analysis of 3-5 modernist artworks.” I would like to construct an...
A new novel that tells the story of Vincent van Gogh's final days in the voice of Dr. Gachet, who befriended him while he stayed at the Cafe Ravoux in Auvers, France. A captivating read!
Jackson Pollock was the leader of the New York School or the Abstract Expressionists in the 1940's through the 1950's. His art, and other art of the New York School, continued the natural evolution of art that began with the Surrealists, opening a...
This hub is an analysis of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's "African Influences in Modern Art"
Dada, an art movement created out of the fighting of the First World War, the begining of the Counter culture and anti-art movements.
I reflect on the lighting depicted in one of Edward Hopper's paintings: Gas, 1940.
They were the WAGS of their day, the supermodels and catwalk queens of the nineteenth century. These demure, elegant women with their tumbling hair, elegant necks and doe eyes defined the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood's style. Rossetti, Burne-Jones, William Hunt, Waterhouse and Millais all...
The Futurism Movement is looked at through its historical lens.
Salvador Dalí Bending Time. Almost anyone who has ever experienced a time meltdown has flashed on Salvador Dalí's famous melting clocks from his iconic painting, "Persistence of Memory." See how you can begin to collect works by this revered modern master. By Cory Zacharia